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- Ruhl, G. E.; Creswell, T.; Karlsen-Ayala, E. M.; Stefancik, B.; Johnson, K.; Kenaley, S. C.; Bergstrom, G. C.
- Plant disease 2019 v.103 no.8 pp. 2135
- perennials, etc ; C4 plants; DNA; DNA primers; Panicum virgatum; Tilletia; breeding; cell walls; color; cultivars; energy crops; forage; grasses; grazing; livestock; microscopy; pests; plant pathogenic fungi; smut diseases; soil conservation; spikelets; teliospores; wildlife; Indiana; Show all 24 Subjects
- ... Switchgrass (Panicum virgatum L.) is a native, perennial C₄ grass found across North America that was first used as a forage for grazing livestock and, later, as food and shelter for wildlife and for soil conservation. More recently, breeding efforts have focused on utilizing switchgrass as an herbaceous energy crop (HEC). In June 2017, a rusty brown powdery spore mass was observed to be associate ...
- Sun, H.; Song, C.; Mubeen, I.; Huang, J.
- Plant disease 2019 v.103 no.7 pp. 1786
- perennials, etc ; Alternaria alternata; Alternaria tenuissima; DNA primers; Iris ensata; Iris tectorum; aesthetic value; alcohols; arthritis; beak; color; conidia; conidiophores; disease incidence; fungal diseases of plants; genes; grasses; hepatitis; histones; landscapes; leaf spot; leaves; medicinal plants; medicinal properties; mycelium; necrosis; ornamental plants; pathogenicity; plant pathogenic fungi; rhizomes; ribosomal DNA; surveys; tissues; China; Europe; Show all 35 Subjects
- ... Iris tectorum, indigenous to Europe, is a perennial grass that is mainly distributed in the northwest and north of China, being a common landscape garden plant. Simultaneously, I. tectorum is used as a medicinal plant, and its rhizome is utilized to cure arthritis, bruises, hepatitis, and other diseases. Several surveys were conducted in 2017 to 2018, and a large area of irregular yellow-brown spo ...